Attendees check out the stalls at the Rock 'n' Roll & Alternative Market
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Rock 'n' Roll & Alternative Market

Browse crates of vinyl, take a swing dancing class or rock along to the market soundtrack


Time Out says

The quarterly retro market at Sydney Uni is a meeting place for people who love vintage fashion, vinyl records, classic cars and rock'n'roll moves. For the first 2019 edition of the markets, they’ll uphold their highly regarded selection of stallholders, featuring rock'n'roll-inspired vintage fashion, indie books, art, homewares and collectibles. Once again, the massive record fair will be incorporated into the market, so you can pick up classics after being inspired by live tunes on the day.

Each market has a different music line-up, from big band jazz to honky-tonk and rockabilly tunes. This edition will see bluesy-garage rockers Rosa Maria perform beside Hank’s Jalopy Demons from Melbourne, along with traditional rockabilly sounds from Ezra Lee and a darker twist from Better Off Ted. In between performances, you can take swing dancing lessons for $11 per person which includes entry to the market (normally $6-$8). Kids under 12 can enter the market free of charge.


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